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Concept 2 Row, 1000 Meters
200 Double Unders (or 300 Weighted Jumps)
Run 1200 Meters (Big Loop)
Rest up to 5:00 then,
Concept 2 Row, 500 Meters
100 Double Unders
Run 400 Meters
Note: Todays workout is a slightly modified version of the infamous Endurance workout from the CrossFit Games. This is a great way to start the week and the month!
Julia is Athlete Of The Week!
Congratulations to Julia who was recognized as Athlete Of The Week at CrossFit Amundson. Julia is a woman whose positive energy is felt the moment she walks in the door. A huge heart for helping inspire belief in other people, Julia is oftentimes a “Trifecta” Athlete, training in Krav Maga, Yoga and CrossFit. Julia is a Veteran of the United States Military, and currently helps Veterans from all branches of the service through her efforts as a counselor. Julia is an avid believer of the benefits of Yoga for Veterans, and has worked extensively at being an ambassador for the Veterans community in Santa Cruz for fitness, spirituality, Yoga and health. Thank you Julia for your continued service to our Country and Santa Cruz community. We love you sister!
Light WOD (8:00 AM – 9:00 AM at HQ /// 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM at Krav Maga or HQ)
Today our Light workout will be our HQ programming. Class size to determine location of class.
Krav Maga (6:00 PM – 7:00 PM at Krav Maga)
Note: Please bring a towel or personal yoga mat to Krav Maga!
Your Wife is Not Your Sister
Drawing on the experiences of love lessons learned the hard way, Greg Amundson offers insight into the unique relationship between a husband and wife. Best known for his worldwide CrossFit Goal Setting Course and extensive Law Enforcement career, Greg now opens his heart on the mistakes he made during his marriage to the most beautiful woman in the world. Buy Now
Forging Elite Leadership
After surviving SEALFIT’s Kokoro Camp, Greg Amundson outlines a leadership model based on the physical modalities of CrossFit training. “I’m leaving on a jet plane. Don’t know … .” Lying on our backs, covered in wet sand, our heads pointing towards the ocean in the middle of the night, a large wave crashed over Tommy Hackenbruck and me, pulling us deeper into the frigid Pacific waters. As soon as we resurfaced, Tommy and I re-locked arms and continued in harmony, “Don’t know when I’ll be back again!” I was freezing cold, hungry, tired, chafed from sand drills and incredibly sore, and I faced the dark truth that I had over 30 more hours of torment ahead of me. However, as Tommy and I sang our favorite John Denver song at the top of our lungs, there was nowhere I would have rather been than at Kokoro Camp No. 12. Click here for a Free PDF Download of the full article